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Feb 19, 2013 9:00pm PST
is stepping aside, who will take his place. >> wendy: plus north korea rattles the world, but the regime's nuclear test isn't shaking christians. we'll show you how they're sending messages of hope to that isolated nation. >> george: and how those who are spreading the gospel are taking on a new look and a new folk. ♪ >> wendy: who will lead the world's one billion roman catholics. hello, everyone, i'm wendy griffith. >> george: and i'm george thomas. pope benedict xvi announced this week his resignation, saying it is for the good of the church. the 85-year-old pontiff says he does not have the strength to continue. it shocked catholics worldwide. it has been 600 years since a pope has chosen to step aside. now the faithful are asking, what happens next. charlene israel reports. >> reporter: the vatican will hold a co conclave before easter to elect a new vote. they will vote to decide who will lead the world's one billion roman catholics. >> the cardinals are going to have to weigh experience and the need for a certain energy. >> reporter: dale herd spoke with religious leaders in eur
Feb 15, 2013 11:00pm EST
personal expenses. here is wendy reiger at news 4 live desk. wendy? >> reporter: $750,000. charges including wire fraud conspiracy, mail fraud. he and his wife accused of spending $750,000 in campaign funding. and a plea deal means he will likely get less than the maximum five year prison sentence. the charging documents say the items include, $43,000 rolex watch, $23,000 in michael jackson memorabilia, $11,000 in items related to martial arts star, bruce lee. and $5,000 football signed by american presidents. sandy jackson resigned from her post. she was a chicago alderman. resigned last month. today her attorney revealed she will plead guilty to filing false tax returns. that carries maximum penalty of throw years in prison. you may recall this past summer, jesse jackson jr. disappeared from congress for weeks. and his doctor revealed he was being treat ford bipolar disorder. jackson stepped down in know. today he release aid statement apologizing for his actions and mistakes he has made and once he was seen as a rising political star. he has been unable to capitalize on the shar
Feb 16, 2013 2:00pm PST
much of a man you are. well, psychologist wendy walsh's new book is available for preorder on amazon, "the 30 day love detox." wendy, listen. i see these commercials over and over and over. about before we get to this whole low t thing, how much of this is created by the pharmaceutical industry? >> 100% of it. i mean, i think that this belief system is that we have to create some kind of new ailment that people need to get fixed. and i don't think that men are suffering that much. from low t. >> okay. so before we -- men who get married. married men. it says that your testosterone is supposed to lower once you get married. is that true? can that happen? >> no. in fact, that's what's exciting about this new research out of simon frazier university in canada. is that lots of research shows that married men tended to have slightly lower testosterone levels than single men. now remember, lower testosterone levels doesn't necessarily mean lower sex drive. it doesn't necessarily mean less chest hair or whatever. it's just, you know, an anomaly about how people are made up. but the thinking
Feb 22, 2013 4:00pm PST
prosecutor wendy murphy and criminal defense attorney anne bremner. ann, let me is you first, the defense in this case laid out a lot of what they wanted to talk about here. did their case sound so solid that he could be allowed to go out on bail? >> the defense -- the whole question of bail is whether or not he would flee or be danger if he's at large. it was a strong case or a weak case, that would mitigate against getting the bail. the judge found some probabilities in it and the lead detective in the case we know is charged with seven counts of attempted murder. that never happens. and that may have undermined a lot of the case and led to this release of oscar pistorius. >> let's talk about the landscape here that was laid out by the defense in this case. oscar pistorius says this really was all about terrible essentially an accident that started in the early hours of valentine's day in his bedroom. he was asleep there with his girlfriend next to him. he says he got up and went out to the balcony to get a fan and to close the window and unbenancy pelosi to him, she got up and went to
Feb 22, 2013 5:00am PST
in a bowl of chili at wendy's is facing more jail time. investigators say anna ayala concocted a story to cover the fact that her son shot himself in the foot. when the pieces didn't fit, ayala was arrested. she could be behind bars for four years. back in 2005, she claimed to find a dismembered finger in a bowl of chili but it turned out that her husband had bought the severed finger from a wendy's employee and it was all an unsuccessful attempt to try to get money from the fast food chain. i remember that happening. >> yeah, i do, too. she is in more trouble now. >> very bizarre. 5:04 right now. >> never is the forecast more important than on a friday because the weekend is approaching. >> got the weekend coming up, guys, and i think it's looking great. we'll see a lot of sunshine outside as high pressure is building in overhead. still a bit chilly if you are stepping outside this morning but that is not a big surprise. out there now motorsly clear skies. they are lighting up the new lights there on the bay bridge and looking pretty this morning
Feb 23, 2013 6:00am EST
on wendy's calls. a super size explanation. the action begins right now. >>> live at the nasdaq in new york city's times square, i'm melissa lee. these are the traders. stocks break their losing streak. the dow closing with over 100-point gain breaking its two-day losing streak. is this healthy price action or is there something amiss in the markets? it was a tough week for home builders, retailers and autos. they are surfacing about the strength of the consumer. >> we saw disappointing results out of home builders, like toll brothers. the automakers had a tough week. the fed has been doing what they have been doing. we got the minutes from the last meeting. a little more dissent than some people had expected. at some point, they are going to take their pedal off the metal. we are facing sequester, $4 gas at the pump, payroll tax increase. some guys told us this is hurting their sales. at some point, something has to give. i'm not sure at five-year highs if we can continue to go up. >> the home builders were due for a sharp pullback. they had gotten so far ahead of themselves, trading at va
Feb 22, 2013 11:00pm PST
in the headlines and back in hot water. tonight, the woman at the center of the wendy's chili finger case is in trouble with the law again. she hid her face from us when she went in the could you remember room. she spent four years in prison after lying about a receisevere finger in a chili bowl from wendy's. >> she has a history of manipulating the system. >> her son seen here was in court. police say he admitted he was lying about how he was shot. >>> he was hit with a 39-foot long section of steel track weighing 2,000 pounds and survived. a san jose man injured in a railroad construction accident is suing caltrans. he doesn't know if he will ever recover. he knows what happened to him cannot happen to anyone else. we have george in san jose. it has been four months since the accident, george. >> reporter: jose salazar used the word amazing several times. all he has been through and a coma, you can say is amazing. he was in a coma for about a month. jose had a fractured skull, broken back, broken ribs and punctured lung. on his birthday, the railroad worker woke up. amazing? call it a m
Feb 22, 2013 5:00pm PST
. >> more information about the 2005 wendy's chili case. story didn't holdup. an investigation revealed her husband bought it from a co-worker who floift a work place accident this, shake down attempt cost wendy's big bucks, too. the chain estimated it lost about $21 million over. >> the murder of a tech investor is growing tonight. the 22-year-old is charged in this case appearing in court on murd skbrer robbery charges today. the details of the involvement have not been made public. the death of ravi come. mar stunned the community where he lived. three men and women have been charged with murder. all expected in court in mid march. >> an off duty police officertjd is being call aid hero tonight. abc 7 news is live in san jose tonight. he spoke with the officer and fiancee what. a story. >> it is a story. he says he wasn't planning on springing into action the way he did on this mob. he is a 17 year veteran in the force. his bee fee yauns yeah calls him nothing short after hazing. he says its in his blood to protect fellow citizens. >> screaming help me, help me. someone whipped out a tas
Feb 22, 2013 6:00am PST
for lying about fining a finger inside a couple of chili from when -- wendy's is in the news. what did anna ayala do? >> a different hoax this time. rather than a finger, it involved an ankle. she has a new booking photo, take a look at anna ayala arrested yesterday for charges of accessory to a felony and filing a false police report. the first time she was in trouble was back in 2005 and we have video. at that time she said she found a human finger in a couple of chili she ordered at wendy's and she planted the finger in hopes of suing wendy's and the finger belonged to an acquaintance who lost it in an accident. it cost when difficult's millions in lost sales. now the country issues. police say her son accidentally shot himself in the ankle in front of their san jose home. he is on parole and not allowed to have a gun. investigators say ayala cooked up a story and told police her son was shot and she gave detailed descriptions. men who shot him. investigators did digging and figured out it was a lay and ayala had gotten rid of the gun which is tampering so they arrested her. she is back
Feb 22, 2013 11:00pm PST
's mark sayre tells us: the san jose woman behind the infamous wendy's chili plot.. >>> first it was a finger and now a foot. telling us that the woman behind the infamous wendy's chili plot just cooked up some more trouble for herself. the 47-year-old appeared here in the superior court and quickly shielded her face from the cameras. the 26-year-old reyes also appeared in court using clutches. they are known around the nation after making up a story in 2005 about finding a severed finger and a bowl of chili at wendys. >> it's not good. i worry. >> reporter: in the latest case, reyes is charged of being a felon in possession with a firearm. she lied to police and made up a story about her son being shot by two men for no apparent reason. giving a vivid description of the suspects and even a possible name and police almost arrested that man before determining the whole story was a fake. >> we interviewed this person, we conducted various forensic testing as far as gunshot residue go, so we treated it like the real deal. >> reporter: for n
Feb 20, 2013 7:30pm PST
to get another perspective, and we still have a few minutes after that one. professor wendy wright has spent her entire life studying mystical experience and mysticism within the christian context, and i wanted to bring her on in this class, because she has a different perspective on it. we've heard from two gentlemen from the far corners of the world, and i don't think she'd mind me saying this. she was at the university of california, santa barbara - she was a teaching assistant when i was an undergrad, and gave me a b+, which i'll get even with her for. but anyway, she is a practicing mystic - she is a scholar who studies it, but she's very much in the mystical tradition. so just a few words, a short roll-in from professor wendy wright. >> i think people are most familiar with figures like teresa of ahumada, some of the great - john of the cross, these great carmelite mystics of the tradition whose writings, especially as they attempt to describe the interior experience of this intimacy and these various dimensions - in other words, they talk about an interior path, an interior cast
Feb 23, 2013 7:00am PST
for a infamous san jose woman who once tried to extort money from a wendy's restaurant, by placing a severe human figure in a bowl of chili. anna ayala is now facing new charges. she is accused of lying to police. police say, that she lied about her son being shot in the foot outside of their home. they say, that she concocted an elaborate story about two assailants, in order to protect her son, who is a convicted felon. if convicted, she could return to prison for up to four years. she previously served four years in prison for the wendy's incident. >> a break-in at a walnut creek mercedes-benz dealership is leaving customer's bumble till identity theft. walnut creek police say, that at least one piece broken to the dealership earlier this month. they broke into a locked file cabinet, or customers' personal information such as credit card, and driver's license numbers, were all taken. it is reported that more than 2000 customers could be affected. the dealership is not offering to pay for one year of credit monitress services to those customers whose records were stolen. >> bart police foiled an
Feb 16, 2013 10:00pm PST
? they see that there is no hero. everybody has flaws. >> so joining our panel now is psychologist wendy walsh, tim wise and dean obeidallah. it's like "the brady bunch". >> and you're the dad. >> it's interesting. whenever i look on television, whatever it is, the news, i go, that's not america. nothing, i haven't seen anything that looks like that. where everything is all white. what's going on? dean, should this actor feel guilty about playing a terrorist should a black actor feel guilty plague a >> i'm arab-american. we hear about that all the time. should arab-americans play the terrorists? if we don't play it, an indian or latino guy is going to play it. we have to make our own projects, tell our own story accurately and honestly. >> the voice of reason in the red shirt, tim wise. what's going on in hollywood? >> what's going on in hollywood is what goes on all around the country. hollywood reflects back and advertising commercial ads reflect back the culture. we live in a society where we have 40 years of research which finds that, sadly, white consumers, whether it's moviegoers o
Feb 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >>> infamous for plotting the old finger in the wendy's chili hoax. coming up, why this bay area woman is under arrest once again. >> we told you last night about a problem seeping into google. tonight how toxic trouble is spreading to a crowded bay area neighborhood. >> got some clouds rolling into the bay area right now. we have gone from mainly sunny to mainly cloudy over the past two hours. is this indicative of a weather change to think about toward the weekend? we'll look all the way into march in my extended forecast coming up. >>> the san jose woman who lied about finding a finger in a bowl of wendy's chili is in hot water again. mark sayre says this time she is accused of cooking up a story to protect her son. mark. >> reporter: allen, this is a serious case. anna ayala facing a felony charge in this latest case and that infamous chili finger situation is already playing a role in how this case is being handled. 47 yearly anna ayala shielded her face from the cameras her son 26-year-old guadalupe junior reyes appeared in court on crutches.
Feb 20, 2013 5:00pm EST
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Feb 20, 2013 11:00pm PST
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Feb 22, 2013 4:00am PST
put a human finger in a chili she bought at wendy's and blamed wendy's in san jose where she bought and she and her husband planted the finger in the food. she spent four years in prison phone that and was released in 2009. now, her current problems, this started after her 26-year-old son accidentally shot himself in the foot outside the family home. he has a prior conviction for burglary and is not allowed to have guns rather than telling police he shot himself, they came up with atory giving very detailed descriptions including the names of the men who shot her son for no reason. then police say, they claimed that the son was chase after a dog when he was shot. so police knew something was wrong, confronted the two, and they admitted to making up this story to avoid getting in trouble for having the gun. she said she got rid of the gun which is evidence tampering and is now being held on
Feb 22, 2013 5:00pm PST
lied about finding a finger in a bowl of wendy's chili has stirred up forepot of trouble. kpix 5's mark sayre says this time has to do with a different body part. mark. >> reporter: anna ayala is facing another felony count in this case. this one involves her son's foot and that infamous chili finger case is already playing a role in how this case is being handled. 47-year-old anna ayala appeared in santa clara superior court and quickly shielded her face from the cameras. her son, 26-year-old guadalupe junior reyes also appeared in court using crutches. ayala is known around the nation after making up a story in 2005 about finding a severed finger in a bowl of chili at wendy's. her older sister mary is sad to see this all playing out again. >> it's not good. she's my little sister. you know, and i worry. i worry. >> reporter: in this latest case, guadalupe reyes is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and shooting himself in the foot then to cover up what happened, ayala allegedly lying to police and made up a story about her
Feb 19, 2013 5:00am PST
. the largest branches fell feet from the kitchen where wendy was standing. >> my roof fell in next to me and i froze. i thought is the rest of the house going to come down on me. >> reporter: now windy and her husband and the couple's daughter made it out, but the home has been red stagged. firefighters were still worried the roof would collapse so they covered it with tarps to keep the rain out as well. he was so being whod that he had taken steps to avoid something like this. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> police in hayward want to know if there is anything suspicious about the death of a woman who was found near the food store on industrial parkway. it is not clear if she died of natural causes or if there was anything suspicious. >>> they are heading off the white house to kickoff spending cuts march 1st. they will appear with the white house for those who could lose jobs if spending cuts go into effect and they will have a debt reduction plan with higher plans and they are expecting a plan with spending cuts. >>> they are more than 100 companies seeking chinese military an
Feb 22, 2013 6:00am PST
on the kron4 morning news, the woman was issued on a finger in her food at wendy's is behind bars again. we will have more on why she is in trouble now. through sunday, save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. but hurry, sleep train's presidents' day sale ends sunday. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive. ♪ hot messw! hot mess hot mess ♪ ♪ your'e a hot kind of love you set me on fire you spice up my night feed my every desire ♪ jack's one hit wonder is now a burger. the hot mess is loaded with spicy jalapenos, onion rings and gooey pepper jack cheese. ♪ your'e a-a hot mess and that's how i met your mom. ♪ hot mess >> 616 and that are getting wild again. another s
Feb 19, 2013 3:00am PST
. >> wendy, can you respond to marty's last argument? he's in effect saying if you come into the criminal justice system with a drug possession charge as a felony, you probably won't end up with a felony conviction if you're willing to seek treatment and very unlikely you would go to prison. you agree with that? >> i think it depends on which county you're in. i think san francisco is the only county in the state that currently has a prop 36 court that is still actively working because the state has defunded all the prop 36 courts in efforts across the state. so i think this provides senator leno's bill really does the right thing and tries to move in a direction that's not contingent to how much money is available within one jurisdiction or not and actually frees up $64 million of general fund at the state level that could be reinvested into services. i know when you look at realignment, for example, here in san francisco, a 1/3 of our plan, a third of our dollars for realignment has been invested in substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment and housing but we've made that choic
Feb 17, 2013 10:00pm EST
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Feb 20, 2013 11:00am PST
, national correspondent for "the national journal." good to see you as well. wendy walsh, expert at good to see all of you. >> hello. >> this is an incredible case. i mean, it really is riveting. everyone is at the edge of their seats no matter where you are or what corner of the world. i nknow it's very early. but what's plausible about this story, gang, of fear, self-defense, mistaken identity? chris, you first. >> you know, fredricka, what strikes me about the story is the hero worship that we have with our athletes and this eide he was such a good story, the script of the man who could run with no legs. none of the story about the gun obsession, with the violent outbreaks, the speedboat crashes, the violent behavior came out before this terrible incident and we've knocked, you know, this hero off his pedestal and it's about as american of a media story as you get, you know, big-time star, whether it's barry bonds are or lance armstrong. we see it over and over again. and it's about time, i think, we as the media start to lack at these guys and try to give yo
Feb 23, 2013 2:00pm PST
, williamson county, texas. >> i want to bring in psychologist wendy walsh, author of "the 30 day love detox," the name of her book. wendy, there's this trend we have been -- that has been, you know, concerning career choices force women, for example, danica patrick outrunning the guys at daytona. then this shooting range story. women are taking on interests some would consider sort of, well, maybe more masculine. i was going to say male, but more masculine. what's going on here? >> don, i've got to check a calendar. are we having this conversation in 2013? >> words coming out of my mouth, i was thinking that. >> the truth is, we're all becoming more human. and within the range of both genders, there are a whole bunch of different gender identities and gender roles. and certain activities that you might consider or some people might consider to be traditional to one particular gender can now be had by all. >> right, right. and so i was saying, i grew up here in the south. women were, you know -- go to the shooting range and shoot guns all of the time, driving fast cars, trucks. my own mom lo
Feb 19, 2013 10:00pm PST
school. he was six years old and in the first grade. wendy wipprecht's son miles, who is autistic, was in adam's class at sandy hook. and was invited to his "new friend's" birthday party. wendy now has parkinson's. >> adam had his sixth birthday party and invited a group of kids to go. that's where i remember talking with nancy. nancy was concerned about adam. he was shy, a little withdrawn, quiet. she was worried that perhaps he had some kind of neurobiological condition. >> wendy, were there any support groups? >>oh, sure. >> did you ever participate in any? >> sure. did you ever hear whether nancy did? >> none of the ones that i was in, but she was talking about sending adam to st. rose because classes were smaller and she thought he might do better there. >> did she say why she thought he needed... >> i think it was his shyness and uncomfortableness, i guess, in large social situations. a class of 20 people is a lot for a six-year-old to handle. >> so did he not have a one-on- one aide like miles did? >> no. he may not have been diagnosed with anything at the time. what can pa
Feb 17, 2013 10:00am EST
brinkley. wendy ginsberg, >> today, on c-span, newsmakers with the representative. >> this week on news makers, we are joined by hal rogers, chairman of the appropriations committee. thank you for doing this. to reporters to help us with this conversation, and the tailor the associated press, congressional reporter, and roxanne from bloomberg news, congressional reporter. >> mr. chairman, as everybody in washington is very concerned about this phenomenon called a sequester, these automatic bid into automatic indiscriminate cuts across the board, 8% to the pentagon, you have been looking at the kind of impact this will have. what you expect? how much damage you think it would do four different operations? >> needless to say, being an appropriate, but think it is an idiotic way to do business. these are indiscriminate cuts. they are not thought through. they're just automatic across- the-board, without any consideration of good, bad or evil or whatever. so i think the cuts are devastating. i am sad to see take place. but i don't see any effort being made realistically to stop it. >> do yo
Feb 22, 2013 10:00pm PST
up a story in 2005 about finding a severed finger in a bowl of chili at wendy's. >> it's not good. i worry. >> in this latest case, guadalupe reyes was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. then to cover up with what happened. she lied to police and made up a story about her son being shot by two men for no apparent reason. police say he gave a vivid description of the suspect and police almost arrested that man before determining the whole story was a fake. >> we conducted testing. we treated it like the real deal. >> a judge set ail $50,000 for best reyes and her son. >> she has a history of manipulating the system and we feel she's a flight risk. >> this case began in october, it took so long to investigate because iella was so specific in describing these suspects. right down to the fact that one had big ears. i'm mark cayer, kpix. >> this weather. >> it's going to be sticking around for a while. makes one smile. wait until you see. wait until it will be 70 degrees. peek outside tonight, zoom things out super wide, showing you just about all of northern ca
Feb 20, 2013 11:00am PST
targeted a home back on february 7th on wendy drive just off interstate 680. they allegedly held up occupants at gunpoint. police also looking for a third suspect. a security camera nearby caught their getaway car. the first one is a white newer model chevy trail blazer suv with rear-tinted windows. it also has lowered black wheels with silver hubcaps. the other car is late '80s model solara, possibly blue in color. anyone with information is asked to please call pleasant hills police. >>> the hayward city council has voted on a moratorium on sweepstakes cafe. they'll use it to revise current zoning regulations. right now there are two cafes operating in hayward. alameda county has already begun shutting down similar businesses at unincorporated areas. internet sweepstakes cafes offer patrons las vegas-style gambling themed games. >>> the city of san jose flipping a major switch working to reconnect some 900 street lights. crews starting to work this weekend along streets like camden avenue, blossom hill road and tully road. those lights were shut off four years ago because of budge
Feb 22, 2013 11:00am PST
a human finger inside of a bowl of wendy's chili. today she's back in court again accused of lying to police for a completely different case. anna ayala is accused of coming up with elaborate stories after her son accidentally shot himself in the ankle at their san jose home. eyial la apparently gave police names of two different men who she initially said shot her son. she later admitted that, yeah, she made it all up because her son is a convicted burglar who is not allowed to have a gun. we have a crew at today's news conference and we'll bring you all the details tonight at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00. >>> students at the university of san francisco say they're demands are being met. we've just learned that the chancellor has agreed to talk about their concerns about the school's accreditation. the students have been holding a sit-in at the main campus since yesterday. they want to talk to the chancellor about school plans to avoid closure. the college is fighting to keep its accreditation after the school was found to have an excessive number of campuses in high noninstructional facu
Feb 21, 2013 1:30pm PST
. >> i love that j.c. was the one making the noises. >>> on wendy williams, alicia keys said that her son egypt gave beyonce's daughter, blue ivy, her first kiss. >> the kids will hang out. i think actually egypt kissed blue. don't think jay liked that very much. he called my husband, he was like, um, watch your son. >> wait a minute. did i fall asleep for 18 years? they're babies, right? >> well. he's 2, she's 1. >> they're babies, right? >> i didn't get a kiss until i was like 12 years old. >> you need a hug right now, don't you? >> no, i'm fine. >> i think they want to sit him down and just say, look, this is not cool. >> he's 2! >> jay-z's very protective of blue ivy. >> you are talking about a kid whose name is egypt and his father's name is swift beats. >> yeah. egypt. who names their kid egypt? >> i don't think that's the issue. >> that kid's going to be involved in a pyramid scheme, i can guarantee you. >> baby egypt. >> got a player on their hands, jack. >> how would that conversation go, a 2-year-old and 1-year-old hollering at each other?da-da-d. da-da-da. >> hell, no, we ain't
Feb 22, 2013 7:00pm PST
was famous after being caught claiming she found a human finger in a bowl of chili at a wendy's restaurant in 2005. it turbed onut to be a severed finger from -- turned out to be a severed finger from her husband's coworker. she was sentenced to four years. >> she is a good person and my sister and i support her and help her until the end. >> reporter: now, the police say back on october 21st, reyes claimed he was shot in the ankle by someone on a bicycle. she told the police she saw will person and told the investigators it was a neighbor. the police say it turned out that reyes accidently shot himself and told the detectives he made up the story because as a convicted felon he is not supposed to possess a firearm. >> they confronted him and he confessed. similar things we saw in the chili case in 2005. >> reporter: prosecutors said he asked for high bail because of her conduct in the chili case. >> she has a history of manipulating the system for her own gain and feel she say flight risk. >> reporter: they return to court on march 1st to enter pleas. in san jose, back to you. >>> now,
Feb 22, 2013 12:00pm PST
lied about finding a finger in a bowl of chili at a wendy's restaurant is back behind bars now. this time, anna ayala is accused of making up a story to protect her own son. investigators say he shot himself in the foot but because he can't legally have a gun, reportedly claimed that another man shot him and ayala backed up the story. >> they gave pretty specific information to the point to where we actually thought we had a suspect. we interviewed this person, we conducted various forensic testing as far as gunshot residue goes and so we treated it like the real deal. eventually we were able to -- >> eventually the story fell through. ayala is in court now and faces four more years in jail. >>> an attack at uc-santa cruz has led to the university to begin a night safety escort program. the school is providing vans to take faculty, students and visitors anywhere on campus between 8 p.m. and 2:45 a.m. last sunday around noon a 21- year-old woman was raped on campus. >>> protestors are staging a sit-in at the troubled city college of san franc
Feb 22, 2013 11:30am PST
of chili from a san jose wendy's hoping to sue the restaurant. she planted the finger and it belonged to an aquantitiance who lost it in an industrial accident. we tracked down her former landlord this morning and he is not surprised to hear she was arrested. he had to evict her after three months back in 2010. >> for me she talk add good story but it ended up a nightmare so i had to get her out of my place. it wasn't -- she had a really nice place new when she moved in and she crossed every line she could and i had to ask her to leave. >> for her current case, this is what happened: her 26-year-old son accidentally shot himself in the ankle. he is on parole and not supposed to have a gun so the coverup began. they say they said her son was shot and gave detail about the men who shot him and then she told them he was chasing a dog when he was shot and police started investigating and they say the store unraveled and figured she was lying. she got rid of the gun so she tampered with evidence. she will be arraigned and police will talk about this case this morning. stay with us on this
Feb 19, 2013 12:00pm PST
's where wendy burman was standing. three other family members were inside. fortunately, nobody was hut hurt -- was hurt. peter burman talked about what it sounded like. >> like the beginning of an earthquake and it kept building and getting closer and closer and then all of a sudden, it was like a sonic boom and huge explosion. >> the tree also fell on the family's suv and destroyed a golf cart. the homeowner said the tree felt because the roots were diseased. crews are expected to bring in a crane. the home self itself take months to repair. orange county investigators are trying to figure out why a man went on a shooting rampage. officers say he killed three people and wounded several others before killing himself. the shootings began at 4:45 this morning in the community of ladera ranch near san juan capistrano. sheriff deputies responding to a 911 call found a woman shot multiple times in inside a house. three more people were shot and killed within the next half- hour during carjacks in tustin and santa anna. deputies say the suspect shot himself at an intersection. >> the suspect
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